This issue includes:
OSHA Extends COVID-19 ETS Comment Deadline, No Word on Implementation Dates
H.R. 4996 to Receive Vote
Will the Federal Government Remain Open Past Friday?
USDA Climate Official Receives Senate Nod
AAFCO Mid-year Meeting Approaching
AFIA, Ag Partners, Offer Supply Chain Relief Recommendations to White House
USADEC Meeting Gives Ag Trade Insight
China Updates Facility Lists for US Feed Additives, Premix and Compound Feed Products
Mexico Needs to Reconfirm Commitment to Ag Biotech
AFIA Earns Two MarCom Awards
Pet Food Labeling: To Be Human Grade or Not Human Grade?
On Tuesday, the Food and Drug Administration announced it will release several guidance documents next year aimed at outlining the agency's approach to overseeing the regulation of biotechnology, including gene-edited plants and animals.
Any new federal regulation that dictates how bioengineered (BE) ingredients and food products are labeled in the marketplace should not disparage safe biotechnology, but rather commit to being truthful and non-misleading, so consumers have the best information available as the law intended, a coalition of agricultural and food organizations told the Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) in letters last week.